Earth Day: Our Planet

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NOVA | Earth From Space

Detailed satellite images reveal the web of connections that sustain life on Earth. 

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FRONTLINE | Nuclear Afershocks
FRONTLINE | Nuclear Aftershocks

Frontline examines the implications of the Fukushima accident for U.S. nuclear safety. 

 

 

FRONTLINE | Heat
 FRONTLINE | Heat

A global investigation into one of thegreatest crisis that mankind has ever faced -- Can we roll back global warming? 

 

 

FRONTLINE | Inside Japan's Nuclear Meltdown
 FRONTLINE | Inside Japan's Nuclear Meltdown

The desperate days after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, told by those who were there.

 

 

NOVA | Making Stuff Cleaner
NOVA | Making Stuff Cleaner

Can innovative materials help solve the energy crisis and lead to a sustainable future?

 

 

NOVA | Power Surge
 NOVA | Power Surge

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Can innovative materials help solve the energy crisis and lead to a sustainable future?

 

e2 | Affordable Green Housing
e2: Affordable Green Housing

This episode follows developer Jonathan Rose through Irvington, Harlem and the Bronx - communities where Rose is putting sustainability within reach of public housing residents.

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Electric Car Newsfeed
Independent Lens | Electric Cars in the News

Here’s a news feed to help you keep up with the latest from the industry — the announcements, the setbacks, the criticism, the successes, and the consumer reaction.

 

American Experience | Earth Days Photo Gallery
 American Experience | "The First Earth Day" Photo Gallery

On April 22, 1970, more than 20 million Americans gathered on college campuses and in city squares to celebrate the first Earth Day. 

 
 
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